Since last week, Honor has been vigorously teasing on their upcoming Honor V30 series smartphone which is scheduled to be announced on November 26th this month. However, let’s not forget about the upcoming Huawei Nova 6 as well.
Today, Huawei has officially released their first-ever video teaser for the upcoming Huawei Nova 6 series smartphone which had already been certified by both TENAA and 3C authorities in China.
Although there isn’t much information revealed from the promo video, it do reaffirmed that the Huawei Nova 6 will be arriving with a pill-shaped, hole-punched display that houses two selfie cameras. This selfie cameras is said to offer a 105-degree field of view as well.
What we know about the Huawei Nova 6 so far…
Previously, we’d already seen a couple of official Huawei Nova 6 renders courtesy of Android Headlines and Evan Blass. From the render, we do know that the upcoming Nova 6 will feature a vertically-aligned, quad-camera module located on the top left corner of the device.
Similarly, it will also come with a rather similar design language as the current Nova 5T’s back panel that has a patterned design with repeating “Nova” logos. If you take a close look at the render, you will also discover the presence of a side-mounted fingerprint sensor as well.
At current stage, there is still no much information regarding the device’s internals. However, it’s 3C certification listing did revealed that both the Nova 6 4G and 5G will support 40W fast-charging. Similarly, we’d also learned from it’s TENAA listing that it’s 5G variant will be able to support both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes.